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A One- Year Law Course
Summer Term Begins Monday, June 11, 1928.
Fall Term Begins Monday, September 10, 1928.
Spring Term Begins Monday, January 28, 1929.
82nd Year of Law School
PUBUSHED SIX TIMES A YEAR
Entered January 30, 1904, at Lebanon, Tennetiee, as Mcood-daM
matter under Act of Congress of July 18. 1894
Ernest L. Stockton, A.M., LL.B.,
William R. Chambers, A.B., LL.B., LL.D.,
Dean of Law School^
Professor of Law
Kenneth Faxon, Ph.B., A.M., J.D.,
Professor of Law
Albert Williams, LL.B.,
Judge of Moot Courty
Sara Hardison, LL.B.,
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Cumberland University has had a long and enviable history,
having entered upon its career in 1842, Since that time it has sent
out twenty-three college presidents, sixty college professors, sixty
congressmen, seven United States senators, fifteen governors of
states, two justices of the United States Supreme Court, one hun-
dred and sixty district judges, twelve Federal judges, and forty
justices of State Supreme Courts. Twelve hundred ministers have
been numbered among its former students. Its eighteen thousand
matriculates and six thousand graduates have come from all parts
of the South and Southwest, in fact twenty-two states of the
Union and seven foreign countries have been represented.
The Law School was created as a department of Cumberland
University on the ninth day of January, 1847, or, to be more accu-
rate, on that day the Board of Trustees took the first step, by resolu-
tion, looking to the establishment of same. At various subsequent
sittings of the board the plan of organization was perfected, and in
the month of October, 1847, the first term opened, with one pro-
fessor and seven students present. Judge Abram Caruthers was
the professor. He resigned his seat upon the bench of the State to
accept the position. His name has passed into history as one of the
ablest judges who ever presided in the courts of the State. His
opening address attracted wide attention, and was copied and com-
mented upon in many of the legal publications throughout the
country. He assailed and utterly discredited the old system of teach-
ing by lectures, and insisted that the science of law should be taught
like any other science — like mathematics, like chemistry.
The school was at once a success. Judge N. Green, Senior, then
one of the Supreme Judges of the State, was called to assist Judge
Caruthers in the conduct of the school in 1852. He resigned his
position on the bench to do so. Shortly thereafter, X. Green,
Junior, was elected a professor, the prosperity of the school requiring
the services of three instructors. These three gentlemen continued
as the I'aculty until the beginning of the Civil War in 1S61. At that
time there were one hundred and eighty law students in attendance.
Judge Abram Caruthers died during the war. Judge N. Green,
Senior, survived tlie war and assisted his son, N. (ireen, Junior, in
the revival of the school, but died, at an advanced age and full of
honors, in 1866. He was succeeded that year by the I Ion. Henry
Cooper, and two years thereafter, Judge Cooper having resigned,
Judge Robert L. Caruthers, who was for many years on the Supreme
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Bench of the State, was elected to fill the vacancy. He resigned in
1881 because of advancing years and feeble health, and Dr. Andrew
B. Martin succeeded him, serving until his death, May 19, 1920.
Judge Nathan Green, Junior, after having taught as a pro-
fessor in the Law School for more than sixty years, died on February
17, 1919. He was succeeded by Judge Edward E. Beard, who served
until his death, June 18, 1924.
In July, 1920, W. R. Chambers was selected as the successor of
Dr. Martin, and in October, 1923, Hon. Albert Williams was
selected as a professor of law. In 1925, Judge Williams was elevated
to the bench, but still retains his connection with the school. In the
same year Dr. Kenneth Faxon was selected as a professor of law.
This is among the oldest law schools of the South, and its suc-
cess from the beginning has been unparalleled by any other similar
institution. Thousands of young men have here received instruc-
tion in the law. They are to be found in every section of the coun-
try and in every honorable station for which professional training
fits them. Some have reached the bench of the "greatest court on
earth," the Supreme Court of the United States, and many are or
have been Chief Executives of States and members of both houses
of the United States Congress. Indeed, wherever found, in public
or private station, on the bench or at the bar, their successful careers,
attributable in some degree, to the systematic training received
here, are giving prestige to their Alma Mater.
No law school in the country within the first half century of its
existence has furnished the profession a more honorable and worthy
body of graduates than has this school, and it is with commendable
and natural pride that the institution now points to the record of
these distinguished sons.
W^OMEN ARE ADMITTED to the samc classes with men as students.
The course, being thoroughly practical, prepares the student either
to practice law, or to conduct other business according to law.
PLAN OF INSTRUCTION
It is only by exercising the energies of his own mind that a stu-
dent can qualify himself for the bar. Any plan which would propose
to make a lawyer of him without his doing the hard work for him-
self would be idle and visionary. The virtue of any plan of instruc-
tion must consist of two things:
1. That it cause the student to work, or, in other words, to
To accomplish this the student is given a portion of the text as
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a lesson every day, on which he is examined the next day. He is
required to answer in the presence of the whole class, questions upon
the lessons thus assigned. If he has any spirit in him, or pride of
character, this will insure the closest application of which he is
capable. Neither the old plan of studying in a lawyer's office nor
the old law-school plan of teaching by lectures has anything in it
to secure application. The student is brought to no daily examina-
tion to test his proficiency. There is not the presence of a large
class in which he has to take rank, either high or low. All that is
calculated to stimulate him to constant, laborious application, is
wanting in both these plans. We suppose no young man would from
choice adopt the office plan as the best mode of acquiring a knowl-
edge of law, and yet the law-school lecture system is no better. The
law is in the text-book. The professor can no more make the law
than the student himself. Every subject upon which a lecture could
be given has been exhausted by the ablest professors and printed in
books after the most careful revision by the authors. The faculty
regard it as an imposition on students and as presumptuous on
their part to pretend that they could improve upon the standard
text writers who have given to the public, in printed form and
acceptable to all, lectures on every branch of the law. It is better
for the student to occupy his time in learning, with assistance, what
others have written, than in learning from anything we could write.
If this mode of teaching is more difficult to the professor, it is much
more profitable to the student.
2. The plan should not only make a student work, but it ought
so to guide and direct him as to make him work to the greatest
A man may work very hard, but still so unwisely that he will
accomplish little. It is equally so with the farmer, the mechanic,
and the law student. The student ought to have such a course of
study assigned to him, and be conducted through it in such a way,
that he will understand at the end of his course the greatest amount
of pure, living American law, and will know best how to apply it
The duty of the professor in this school is to conduct the daily
examination of students upon the lessons assigned them; to direct
their minds to what is most important in the textbooks; to teach
them what is and what is not settled; to correct the errors into which
they may fall; to dispel the darkness that hangs upon many pas-
sages. This is necessary every day and at every step of their
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The law is a vast science, and a very difficult one; and the stu-
dent needs every possible facility to enable him, by the most arduous
labor, to comprehend its leading elementary principles. But this
is not all he has to do. He has to learn how to apply these principles
in practice. This is the art of his profession, and he can only learn
it by practice. It is as necessary a preparation for assuming the
responsibilities of a lawyer as the learning of the science. If he
learns it at the bar, it is at the expense of his client; if he learns it
in the school, it is at his own expense.
The advantage of the Moot Court System is that it not only
imbues a student with the elementary principles of law involved in
his cases, but also with a knowledge of the law of remedies. It
trains him also in the discussion of facts, and to the exercise of that
faculty which is so important in real practice.
Practice in Moot Court forms a part of the plan of instruction.
Every student is required to bring suits in the forms adapted to
all our courts, and to conduct them to final hearing. The students
act as attorneys, jurors, clerks and sheriffs.
THE REGULAR ONE YEAR COURSE OF STUDY
This has been selected with care from the best works of the best
American authors. It begins with the rudiments, and extends to
every department of law and equity which may be of any practical
benefit in this country, and is designed to prepare the student for
an immediate entrance upon the active duties of his profession.
It covers about ten thousand pages of living law, and is as com-
prehensive as some courses requiring two years' study in other law
schools. The period which we allow for its completion might be
extended, at additional expense of time and money to the students;
but we know from long experience that, with the assistance and
under the direction of the Faculty, it can be thoroughly accom-
plished in nine months, and that by requiring this to be done we
prepare young men to receive a license to practice, and enable them
in the shortest time, and at the least expense, to begin the work of
From the vast variety of legal topics, the law of which is taught
in this course, the following may be mentioned:
Husband and Wije^ Marriage and Divorce^ Parent and Child^
Guardian and Wardy Master and Servant^ Pleading and Practice in
Courts of LaWy Pleading and Practice in Courts oj Equity , Principal
CUMBERLAXD UxiVERSITY LaW ScHOOL 7
and Agenty Partnership^ Factors^ and Brokers; Bailments^ Railways
and Other Common Carriers; Administrators and Executors and Pro-
bate of Wills; Trustees^ Guaranty and Suretyship; Sales^ Warranties^
Negotiable Instruments^ Contracts^ Corporations^ Torts^ Damages^
Mortgages; Marine^ Fire and Life Insurance; Equity Jurisprudence ^
Criminal Law and Procedure^ Real Property^ Evidence ^ Dower ^ Land-
lord and Tenant^ Constitutional Law^ Copyrights^ Patents^ Trade-
marks^ Legal Ethics^ etc.
FOR THE JUNIOR CLASS FOR THE SENIOR CLASS
History of a Lawsuit. Barton's Suit in Equity.
Hughes on Evidence. Bispham's Equity Jurisprudence.
Clark on Corporations. Tiffany on Real Property.
Chapin on Torts. Parsons on Contracts.
Peck's Domestic Relations. Black's Constitutional Law.
Childs on Personal Property. May's Criminal Law.
Rood on Wills. Legal Ethics.
The above enumeration shows also the order in which the
course is pursued.
The right to substitute other text books for any of the above
texts is reserved.
Anticipating a very frequent inquiry, the retail price of each
book is here given, to wit:
History of a Lawsuit % 7. SO
Chapin on Torts 4.50
Clark on Corporations 4.50
Hughes on Evidence 4.50
Barton's Suit in Equity 3.00
Bispham's Equity Jurisprudence 7.50
Parsons on Contracts (3 volumes, each $7.50) 22.50
Black's Constitutional Law 4.50
May's Criminal Law 4.00
Peck's Domestic Relations 4.50
Childs on Personal Property 4.00
Rood on Wills 4.50
Tiffany on Real Property 6.00
Legal Ethics 2.00
It is greatly to the advantage of the student to secure the latest
edition of each of these books. The fifth edition of the Lawsuit is
essential, and nothing older than the sixth edition of Parsons*
Contracts can be used.
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The books for the entire course may be bought in Lebanon at
the prices stated above, or, if the student should prefer not to pur-
chase, most of the books for either class can be rented.
It must be remembered that the books used in this school are
the regular textbooks of the profession, and will always be needed
in practice, and, when once bought, will last a lifetime.
Not a Lecture School
Remember, this is not a lecture school. The law of the textbook
is assigned as a lesson to the student, and actually read by him,
and he is exajnined daily in the classroom on what he has read.
No Correspondence Course
No correspondence course is offered, nor will credit be given for
such work done elsewhere.
Each class (Junior or Senior) requires a period of 18 weeks, or
one semester. The student, on entering the Junior Class, studies
the books of that class for one semester of 18 weeks and then, pass-
ing to the Senior Class, studies the books of that class for another
semester of 18 weeks. Thus is completed the entire course of 36
weeks, or one scholastic year.
When the Terms Begin
The next terms will begin the second Monday in September,
1928, and the fourth Monday in January, 1929. There are both
Junior and Senior classes beginning with each term, and students
may enter at the opening of either term. There is a graduating class
at the close of each term, one in January, the other in June.
Requirements for Admission
The applicant for admission to the Law School should forward
his high school and college credits to the Registrar of Cumberland
University, Lebanon, Tennessee, at least one month before the be-
ginning of the semester he expects to enter.
No student will be enrolled or allowed the privileges of the class-
room until he has paid in full the tuition and other fees of the par-
ticular class which he desires to enter. Partial payments will not
be accepted. Students should come prepared to comply with this
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No one will be admitted to the Senior Class with a view to grad-
uation except such as have satisfactorily completed the Junior
Students who do not intend to graduate may enter at any time,
and in either class.
There are no entrance examinations, but, in addition to the
daily recitarion in the classroom, the student is required to pass a
written examination upon each book on its completion; and from
his grading on such examinations, together with his standing at
class recitation, and his earnestness and fidelity in prosecuting his
studies, the Faculty determine his fitness for graduation. Absence
from recitations or disorderly conduct will lower the grade. An
assembly of the students of the University is held weekly, and law
students along with all others are expected to attend.
For late examination a fee of ^1.00 will be charged.
A record of grades and the absences of all Law students is kept
in the office of the Registrar of the University in Memorial Hall.
When to Enter
It is desirable that students should enter on the first day of each
term. A degree will not be conferred on any student entering after
October 1, until he shall have made up the lost time during a sub-
sequent school year.
A graduate of the Cumberland Law School has had the benefit
of a year's reading of solid law, and the experience of a year's prac-
tice in the Moot Court. As a result, he is well grounded in a knowl-
edge of legal principles; how to prepare his case for trial, how to
try it, how to prepare a brief, how to deliver an argument on the
facts and on the law. The very thorough and practical manner of
teaching law in this Law School insures such results to every earnest
young man who passes through its course and receives its diploma.
Diploma and License
A diploma conferring the degree, Bachelor of Laws, will be
given all graduates of the school. But to become a graduate, the
student must satisfactorily accomplish the entire course prescribed,
by study and recitation here, in the regular order, and under the
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immediate direction of the Faculty. No exception to this rule will
be allowed. Neither previous reading, privately nor in other schools,
nor reading here, in advance of the progress of the class, by doubling,
shall in any wise excuse compliance with this requirement. The
entire course must be completed here.
By order of the Trustees of the University, diplomas are to be
awarded to those students only who are present on graduation day,
providential causes alone excusing absence.
To obtain a license in Tennessee to practice law, all applicants
must pass an examination before the State Board of Law Examiners.
The course of study prescribed here, if accomplished under the di-
rection of the Faculty, prepares the young man, in the shortest
time possible and at the least expense, for that examination.
Students* Life and Conduct
This institution will not grant a degree to any student whose
conduct while here does not warrant the Faculty in believing him
to be of good moral character.
Tuition fee for term of five months (in advance ) ^100.00
University fee (in advance), per term 10.00
Student body fee 10.00
Library fee (in advance), per term 12.50
Diploma fee (for Seniors) 5.00
The College Dormitoryf
The price of board in the college dormitories will be ^157.50 for
the school year, one-half of this amount to be paid at the beginning
of each of the two terms.
Law students may secure rooms and board in the dormitory
under the same rules and regulations applicable to Academic stu-
dents. Those desiring to reserve room at the dormitory should
send a deposit of ^5.00, in advance, making check payable to
Cumberland University. Students rooming elsewhere may board
at the dormitory.
Those coming in after the opening of the term, those who leave
before the close of the term, and those who elect to do so, will pay
by the calendar month, at the rate of ^20.00 per month, in advance.
tAcademic students have first choice in dormitory space. What is not used can
be had by law students.
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Those not rooming in the dormitories may obtain their meals
there by paying 50 cents per calendar month extra. There will be
no deduction for Christmas holidays. Board in the dormitories
during the Christmas holidays will be 25 cents per day extra.
There will be no deduction for table board except for continuous
absence of two weeks.
Estimate of Expense
The following table in two columns exhibits a reasonable esti-
mate of all necessary expenses:
Tuition 5100.00 5100.00
University fee 10.00 10.00
Library fee 12.50 12.50
Student body fee 10.00
Rent of books 13.50 12.50
Diploma fee 5.00
Board, in advance, per semester 78.75 78.75
Room rent, in advance, per semester 42.50 42.50
Estimated total S267.25 5261.25
The room rent, which includes the cost of fuel and lights, is
payable strictly in advance for the semester. The charge for a double
room is $42.50 per semester for each student. Each student is re-
quired to sign a regular lease for his room.
Electric light will be furnished to the extent of sixty watts in
a single room, or two forty watts lights in a double room. Lights
in excess of this amount of current must be arranged at the office
and paid for by the students.
Students in the dormitory must furnish their own toilet articles,
electric lamps and bulbs, four single sheets for 3x6-foot beds, one
pillow, two pillow cases, and necessary blankets; also table napkins.
Students expecting to do light housekeeping should bring their
pillows, bed-clothes, rugs and table linen, and should not bring dogs.
Either rooms or small houses can be leased.
Lebanon is one of the oldest towns in Middle Tennessee, and
celebrated its centennial in 1902. It has been an educational center
throughout its history, and now has a population of about 6,000.
The University is the chief enterprise of the town, and as a result,
the citizens are deeply interested in its prosperity. They accord to
the student a hearty welcome.
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A large and valuable law library for the use of law students is
open every day in the week, Sundays excepted. It is located in the
law building in a comfortably furnished room, well lighted and
heated. It contains over 6,000 volumes. Special mention may be
made of the National Reporter and Digest Systems, Corpus Juris,
Ruling Case Law, L. R. A., both original and new series, American
Law Reports, Federal Cases, United States Reports, American
Reports, American Decisions, American State Reports, English
Ruhng Cases, and British Ruling Cases; besides a great collection
of other standard law books.
The library is kept up to date by the constant addition of new
books as published. All of the published opinions of the courts of
last resort of all the states of the United States during the last
thirty-five years, together with the opinions of all the inferior Fed-
eral Courts and the intermediate Appellate Courts of the State of
New York, are found in the library. We also have the statutes of
the 48 States.
Lebanon being a town of only about 6,000 population, there is
but little opportunity for one to work his way through the law
school. A few obtain positions after arrival, but one should not
come depending upon doing so.
Directions for New Students
New law students are advised, on their arrival in Lebanon, to
inquire for Memorial Hall, where full information and advice will
be given, and where they will matriculate.
There will be a summer course taught during the vacation of
1929, continuing eight weeks. This course will cover the law of
Banks and Banking, and the General Laws of Business, and will be
found of great benefit to those beginning the study of law, as it will
be an addition to the regular course, and will enable the student
to spend the summer pleasantly and profitably.
This course is designed to benefit especially five classes of
1st. Those desiring to review.
2nd. Those desiring to prepare to take a regular course in law.
3rd. Those desiring to obtain a knowledge of law for use in bus-
iness other than the practice of law.
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4th. Those desiring to obtain a knowledge of law as part of a
5th. Teachers who have time to study law only during the
The summer course is especially valuable to the beginner as an
experiment to enable him to determine whether to follow the law
as a profession. If he decides not to be a lawyer, he may drop the
law at the end of eight weeks, with a valuable fund of legal informa-
tion and with the loss of but little time and money; otherwise, he
can proceed to take the regular course.
Tuition for summer course $40.00
University fee 5.00
The summer course will begin the second Monday in June, and
continue eight weeks. It should be of especial interest to teachers,
as it can be taken by them without interfering with their professional
labors, and to bankers and bank employees, who may take the course
in the summer, when their duties are least confining.
For further information relating to the Law School, address
THE DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF LAW
Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tennessee
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Anderson, Charles Carson \V __Texas
Anderson, Elmer Gordon Minnesota
Arrington , Jo-Drake Mississippi
Atchley, Otto H Texas
Atkins, John Slaughter Texas
Atwood, Lee Brown Tennessee
Ayer, Berenice Josephine Pennsylvania
Balcom, Harold Hupp Oklahoma
Balentine, Ulysses Simpson Arkansas
Barbee, Willoughby Lipscomb, Jr Texas
Barham, Kate Elizabeth Tennessee
Batson, Dodson Tennessee
Batson, Farris Helfin Alabama
Beasley, I. D Tennessee
Beem, Arthur Newton Arkansas
Belden, Stanley David Oklahoma
Bentley, Edwin Ray Texas
Berr}', Raymond Clyde Oklahoma
Berry, Zora Noble Oklahoma
Blocker, John Cromwell, Jr Florida
Bogart, David Clyde Tennessee
Bond, Gilbert Hale Oklahoma
Bowie, Clarence Henry Oklahoma
Bozeman, Albert Snead, Jr Mississippi
Bradley, William Nock Mississippi
Brodsky , Gene Oklahoma
Bums, FredM Tennessee
Byrd, Adam Monroe Mississippi
Caldwell Overton Homer Oklahoma
Carriger, William Harvey Oklahoma
Carson, William Harkreader Tennessee
Chalk, Clinton Carroll Maryland
Chalk, Rubye Brown Texas
Chestnut, Henry Showers Kentucky
Chin, David Sh'erming Massachusetts
Clark, John Kenneth Oklahoma
Clay, George Stoner Kentucky
Clement, Archie Tennesseee
Cochran, Edward Louis IMississippi
Colbaugh, William Fredrick Oklahoma
Conner, Charles Warren Oklahoma
Conner, Lewis Homer Tennessee
Cornell, Odyne Omega Oklahoma
Cornish, John Calvin, Jr Oklahoma
Crow, Alexander Bethel - Kentucky
Cunningham, Niles Chapman Tennessee
Davis, J. Fonrose Virginia
Dickerson, Mason Dean Oklahoma
Douglas, Tom Newt Missouri
Doyle, Jacobs Harville Tennessee
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Edwards, Morris Howgel Texas
Elliott, Ted Roosevelt Oklahoma
Ellis, Walter Gideon Oklahoma
Fitzpatrick. Solon Whitton Tennessee
Gillespie, Brennan Baird Texas
Gilbert, Bernard Eugene Pennsylvania
Gilreath, Samuel Burnham Tennessee
Glascock, Charles Leon Tennessee
Gosney, Henr>- Hobson Virginia
Grasty, Walker Gordon Tennessee
Graves, John Lafayette Missouri
Green, William Burton Xorth Carolina
Grimm, Howard Stanley Ohio
Grindstaff, Sherman Tennessee
Grogan, Horace D Texas
Hackney, James Harvey Florida
Hailes, R. Thomas . Mississippi
Hammer, Fred Morris Oklahoma
Hancock, John J... Wyoming
Hanley , Chester Franklin Oklahoma
Harlowe, Stuart Clay Virginia
Heard, Charles Hugh Texas
Henderson. DeWitt T Tennessee
Herndon, Lillian Everett Oklahoma
Hines, James Richard Kentucky
Hirschi, William Tell Oklahoma
Hufifman. ^Malcolm Lawrence Tennessee
Hughes, James Clifton Kentucky
Humphre}'. John Bruce Georgia
Johnson, Franklin Lee Tennessee
Jones, Clarence V Oklahoma
Keen, Dixie Douglas Kentucky
Kellett, Mack Alexander Arkansas
Kennedy, John Dent Florida
Kessinger, Benjamin Lee Kentucky
Kilpatrick. Ralph C Louisiana
Kitchens, Clyde Bernard Arkansas
Knee, Irvin Indiana
Kugle, J. DeWitt, Jr Texas
KrafTt, William Emil Tennessee
Lee, Joshua Bryan Oklahoma
Lenox, Kennard Morris Missouri
Long. Joe Henr>' Alabama
Malchow, Harold Charles -Mississippi
Maxwell. Carl Bethel Arkansas
Mead , Wilham James, Jr Alabama
Meek , Edward Clarkson Texas
Milby , Clemmie O'Connell ._ Kentucky
Millican, Thomas Wesley Alabama
Minich, Anthony Wayne Indiana
MofiFett, Benjamin Green. _ Texas
Moody, Allen Milton Pennsylvania
Morehead, Charles Allen ._ _ Mississippi
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Morrow, Robert A New Mexico
Murphy, John Larkin Indiana
Murray, David Pope Tennessee
McCaleb, David C . Texas
McCoy, Marvin Perl Texas
McFarland, Guy A Texas
McKenzie, Lacey Little Oklahoma
Nichols, Wilford Frank Oklahoma
Northover, William D Pe'nnsylvania
Oughterson, Theodore Thompson Tennessee
Parker, Walter Lawrence Tennessee
Parks, Roy Hamilton, Jr Tennessee
Penuel, Mimms Richard Florida
Phillips, Joe Morrison Tennessee
Poor, Francis Lord Massachusetts
Porter, WilHam Joshua Alabama
Posey, Walter Brownlow Tennessee
Pounders, Cedric W Oklahoma
Quillen, Lielmo Matheson Virginia
Randall, William Harold Missouri
Ridley, James Vernon Arkansas
Robertson, Charles H. Wesley Indiana
Robinson, Charles Allan Tennessee
Robinson , Lawrence Harry Oklahoma
Robinson, Olive Feme Iowa
Rolfe, Charles Gibnan Louisiana
Rucker, Wayne Newton Oklahoma
Russell, Oscar A Tennessee
Seay, Lloyd Johnson Oklahoma
Smith, William Floyd Oklahoma
Spears, J. Franklin South Carolina
Sperry, Wade Randolph Tennessee
Sprouse, John Draughon Tennessee
Stewart, William Br}^an Texas
Strieby, Orland C Indiana
Strickland, Donald W Alabama
Tierney, James Wilham Missouri
Timmons, Wilham Hamilton Florida
Trammell, Wilson Florida
Tyler, Thomas Lamar Oklahoma
Vizard, Paris D Indiana
W^alker, Alvin Benjamin Missouri
Ward, Wilham Wylie, Jr Georgia
West, John L Tennessee
Wier, Ra>Tnond David Texas
White, James Bernard Tennessee
WTiitfield, Otha Kermit Virginia
Williams, Parham Henry Mississippi
Wilhams, Mary Gladys Mississippi
W^illiams, Frank Warmath Tennessee
Wyant, James Howard, Jr Missouri
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Ziegler, Abraham New York
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Clary, Edna Lov Shawnee, Okla.
Clement, William Hugh 509 West 17th St., Oklahoma City, Okla.
Conatser, Oliver C Danville, Ky.
Corley, Edwin Boyd Alexandria, Tenn.
Creasy, Luther L Westmoreland, Tenn.
Ellis, Newton Dewitt Christiana, Tenn.
Ellison, Floj'd S 734 Schley Ave., San Antonio, Texas
Fisher, Velmer R 802 So. Orleans, Tampa, Fla.
Fraley, Martin Charles Hominy, Okla.
Franklin, James Gallatin, Tenn.
Grant, Harr\' Liberty, N. Y.
Harris, Finis Ewing Erin, Tenn.
Haynes, David Childs Care of Metropolitan Hotel, Ft. Worth, Texas
Holland, Fred Franklin Lafayette, Tenn.
Johnson, Howard Christian . Tulsa, Okla.
Johnson, John Randolph Greensboro, N. C,
Kirk, Buford Harris Ft. Sumner. Xew Me.xico
Ledbetter, Greene Courtney Linden, Tenn.
Lynn, William Harris Ripley, Tenn.
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Macey, Reece Lillard Lebanon, Tenn.
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Mitchell, Americus Sheffield, Ala.
Moore, Fred A 20 E. Cedar St., Chicago, 111.
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Shapiro, Saul G 274 N. Main St. , Memphis, Tenn.
Skidmore, Harold Clyde 2121 Seymore St. , Shreveport, La.
Small, Van Houston. Pawhuska, Okla.
Smith, Charles N ! Cleveland, Texas
Spannagal, Constantine _ Clinton, Mo.
Spath, Charles E., Jr La Junta, Colo.
Steele, James A 3022 W. 20th St., Oklahoma City, Okla.
Stewart. Carl V Huntsville, Ark.
Torbett, James Alexander 902 Windsor Ave., Bristol, Tenn.
Walsh, John 1215 Commerce Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
Wasson, Samuel E.,Jr .Athens, Ga.
Wells, William Quentin, Jr 1880 Royal St., Beaumont, Texas
Whcrr>\ Rixey Bell Dallas, Texas
\Vhlie, Frank Barker. 418 N. Rosedale, Tulsa, Okla.
Yancey, Charles Austin. ..Riddleton, Tenn.
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Adams, James Louis, Jr Selmer, Tenn.
Akerman, Joe Atlanta, Ga.
Alvarez, Rafael A. S San German, Porto Rico
Anderson, William 2168 Highland Ave., Birmingham, Ala.
Armstrong, Helen Jackson Lanesboro, Mass.
Aspray, Ivy May Senath, Mo.
Baird, W. J Lebanon, Tenn.
Barney, Herbert M., Jr 2408 County Ave., Texarkana, Ark.
Bell, John Andrew Care of Orbeta Industria, 106 Havana, Cuba
Boatright, Hugh A Huntsville, Ark.
Bolen, Harold Jean Wildersville, Tenn.
Bott, Frank W Lexington, Miss.
Bourne, Charles D.,Jr Detroit, Texas
Bringle, Thomas Hughes Covington, Tenn.
Brooks, Reuben Franklin Moran, Texas
Brown, Robert Paul Graham, Tenn.
Butt, Robert Lee Eureka Springs, Ark.
Byrnes, David J Fullerton, Nebr.
Calvin, George Barnes Washington, Mo.
Camp, William Patrick 306 W. Cincinnati Ave., San Antonio, Texas
Campbell, Ned 1228 S. Henderson Apt. , Fort Worth, Tex.
Cantor, Moses E 709 Grope St., Syracuse, N. Y.
Carlisle, Robert Taylor Kaufman, Texas
Carney, Howard P Atlanta, Texas
Caruthers, Clarence C 1595 McCombe Rd. , Bronx, N. Y. C.
Cato, Leander S R- R. No. 6, Nashville, Tenn.
Cella, Paul J., Jr Tucson, Ariz.
Chambers, Arthur B Lebanon, Tenn.
Champion, Charles N Box 411, Ardmore, Okla.
Chapman, Merle M Shawnee, Okla.
Cicero, Sam 1503 Tampa St., Tampa, Fla;
Clemer, Marcus M Clyde, Texas
Coleman, Lucien Edwin Beasley, Ark.
Copeland, James W., Jr Miami, Fla.
Cottrell, Richard Fletcher Old Town, Fla.
Crawford, Louis S Purcell, Okla.
Crawford, Leonard Ft. Payne, Ala.
Creech, Brevator Richards -Troy, Mo.
Cripps, Roy O Lebanon, Tenn.
Crowley, Joseph Worthington Smith ville, Tenn.
Crockett, Joseph P Franklin, Tenn.
Daniel, Roy Joyner 1703 Lucile, Wichita Falls, Texas
Daugharty, Frank Kenneth 1315 Harvard St., Houston, Texas
Davidson, Henr>' M 915 16th Ave., N., Seattle, Wash.
Davis, William C 702 W. French PL, San Antonio, Texas
Dean, Mrs. Mary C Hotel Chelsea, 222 W. 23rd St., N. Y. C.
de Dios, Gregoria Vergel Baliwag, Bulacan, Philippine Islands
de Fere, Roland F 27 Montgomery Ave., Bay Shore, L. I., N. Y.
Dickson, Price A Bentonville, Ark.
Eary, Sherman H • 1 Ansted, W. Va.
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Ederer, Leo F Morton, Minn.
Edgar Grover D El Paso, Texas
Ehrgood, George A.__ Reading, Pa.
Evans, Turner S Lebanon, Tenn.
Fellbaum, Ernest S 209 E. Park Ave., San Antonio, Texas
Foust, Wiley W.,Jr Robbins, Tenn.
Francisco, A. P Bluefield, W. Va.
Franklin, Lila Clarke Ardmore, Okla.
Fryer, John Paris, Tenn.
Gallion, Phillip M Jefferson City, Tenn.
Gambill, Coble G . Hollis, Okla.
Gideon, Jack Oliver 1011 Boonville St., Springfield, Mo.
Giles, Roger G Umatilla, Fla.
Goldschein, Mat H 1711 Stephen St., Brookl>Ti, N. Y.
Goodier, Joe Dardanelle, Ark.
Greenlaw, Roger Douglas Columbia, Tenn.
Grossenheider, Herman E Los Angeles, Calif.
Gwosdof, William 506 W. Main St., New Britain, Conn.
Grant, Raymond Batesville, Ark.
Hall, Earl P Sunset, Texas
HaU,_ William S., Jr \\Tiitefield, Okla.
Hamilton, Robert Bryson 162 Hatton x\ve., Lebanon, Tenn.
Hamm, Tom Colville Tinsley, Okla.
Hammond, Kelly James Morgantown, Miss.
Haralson, William Jeff Fort Payne, Ala.
Hardin, J. O Princeton, Ky.
Hardin, Clifford A Pompona, Fla.
Hargrove, Thomas Edward 418 Humphrey St., Nashville, Tenn.
Hartsfield, Wiley A Lockhart, Texas
Harwood, Edwin Philip Houston, Texas
Hatley, Guy Camden, Tenn.
Hawk, Clarence Charles Shawnee, Okla.
Haynie, Robert Bracy Camden, Ark.
Hearn, F. Jason Haynesville, La.
Himmelstein, David 595 Linden Blvd., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Himmelstein, H. David 83 Hart St., Borough of Brookl>Ti, N. Y.
Himmelstein, Robert Ezra 595 Linden Blvd., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Hobbs, Mary McAIester, Okla.
Howell, Leon P _ 1595 Ave. A. , Beaumont, Tex.
Human, Roy Alfred Wartberg, Term.
Hunter, W. H Gladeville, Tenn.
Huser, John Marshall 315 N. 9th, Okemah, Okla.
Jackson, James Forbes 818 W. Summit Ave. , San Antonio, Texas
Jackson, James Leonard 151 Park Ave. , Lebanon, Tenn.
Johnson, John Guthrie 109 Grace St., Woodlawn, Ala.
Jones, Winford Starre 509 E. Main St., Glasgow, Ky.
Kendall, William F 221 Pleasant St., Claremont, N. H.
Kimzey, William Patton _ Brevard, N. C.
Kinsey, Joseph D Arcadia, Fla.
Kirk, William James 331 7th St., Anniston. Ala.
Klein wachter, William L Holdenville, Okla.
Koch, Anton Muskogee, Okla.
Lambdin, Ross McPherson 1114 Austin Ave., Waco, Tex.
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Layton, James L St. Louis, Mo.
Lea, William Ethelbert Orange, Texas
Ligon, John H Carthage, Tenn.
Maddox, Frances Jewell Stone Mountain, Ga.
Martin, Fred Wilbourn Haskell, Okla.
Massey, Karl R Leakeville Springs, N. C.
May, Samuel D 2699 Tangerine Ave., St. Petersburg, Fla.
Michael, W. E Niota, Tenn.
Moore, Andrew Jackson Tulsa, Okla.
Morgan, David B 801 S. St. Louis, Tulsa, Okla.
McCafferty, Ralph M Sta. A., R. R. No. 1, Dallas, Tex.
McCall, Roy C Ashford, N. C.
McCollum, Floyd L Mason, Texas
McCourtie, William E Dallas, Texas
McDonald, Chester Raymond Shawnee, Okla.
McGill, George W Sodd}^, Tenn.
McKay, John Taylor Kennett, Mo.
McMullen, Donald Frederick 526 Piatt St., Tampa. Fla.
Nail John M 238 Buena Vista, Memphis, Tenn.
Nash, Orman Price Stigler, Okla.
Nelson, William D Wichita Fall?, Tex.
Newton, L. C Kerr, N. C.
Nicely, Clyde Tatum, Tex.
Noel, Leonard W Noel, Mo.
Oaks, Asa M Ethridge, Tenn.
Ownby, Hugh Box 133, Oklmulgee, Okla.
Page, Edward M Kingston Springs, Tenn.
Parker, Hugh Leonard Shelbyville, Tenn.
Parker, William Dorsey 905 Woodran Ave., Flouston, Texas
Parks, Rebecca Waverly, Tenn.
Penn, Blythe Massey Troy, Mo.
Pennisi, Leonard 12 Winthrop St. , Hartford, Conn.
Perrella, Leo Wm 289 Sheridan Ave., Albany, N. Y.
Peters, George Thos Kingston Pike, Knoxville, Tenn.
Phelps, Ed. H Houston, Texas
Porta, Francis 1307 W. 21st, Oklahoma City, Okla.
Presley, William Bryan Senath, Mo.
Purdy, William C 224 W. 6th, Oklahom.a City, Okla.
Quinn, Elmer Byron Quinton, Ala.
Reily, Joe Howard Shawnee, Okla.
Richard, Gurvis J 15 Hamilton Heath, Tampa, Fla.
Rigsby, Charles Harmon Orange, Texas
Runge, Alexander August 1057 10th St., Milwaukee, Wis.
Russell, Elbert Eugene Wartrace, Tenn.
Sain, Aldwin Gillispie Nashville, Ark.
Sanford, William H., Jr Philadelphia, Miss.
Sawyer, Melbourne Shelby 314 So. Nogales, Tulsa, Okla.
Schafer, Violet Louise 503 E. Courtland Place, San Antonio, Texas
Schoolfield, Scott Raulston 401 Forrest Ave., N. Chattanooga, Tenn.
Scruggs, Herbert Arthur Jefferson City, Texas
Shell, Temple Houston Wichita Falls, Mo.
Shults, J. Carl. Weatherfords, Okla.
Siler, Lorenzo Oscar Gatliff, Ky., or Siler, Ky.
Smith, M. Neal Dallas, Texas
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Spann, Norman Theodore Headland, Ala.
Spruill, James Henry Plymouth, Washington Co., N. C.
Stamper, Henry Grady Decatur, Miss.
Stevens, Ira Petersburg, Tenn.
Strickland, William B 1620 10th Ave., S., Birmingham, Ala.
Striegel, Roy B Perry-ville, Tenn.
Tatum, Wm. M Prattsville, Ala.
Taylor, David Frederick, Jr 1941 Union, Memphis, Tenn.
Taylor, J. Rex R. No. 2, Cartersville, 111.
Thomason, Luther Pinkney Russellville, Tenn.
Thompson, Claude E Talequah, Okla.
Tipton, jNIurley Ernest Limestone, Tenn.
True, Henry Clay, Jr Springfield, Tenn.
Underwood, John Earl 2120 Ave. F., Ensley, Ala.
Waller, M. B.._- Harbor, Ky.
Watts, Charles Estis Gordonsville, Tenn.
West, George Henry Ridgeley, Tenn.
Wilson, Ralph Alexander 926 Liberty Ave., Beaumont, Texas
Windberg, Charles, Jr El Paso, Texas
Wright, William Polk 923 S. 9th St., Knoxville, Tenn.
Wyatt, Tfiomas C 1309 E. Main St., Shawnee, Okla.
Young, Joseph A Stroud, Okla.
Abrahams, Rolland Schwartz Nashville, Tenn.
Bagwill, J. Howard Willisville, 111.
Ball, E. Velasco Texarkana, Texas
Barton, John Clib Ft. Smith, Ark.
Baurelie, Albert Chas 1540 N. 12th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Beasley, Thomas Earl Centerville, Tenn.
Branom, Newell Brack Cumby, Texas
Brown, Earl A Winston-Salem, N. C.
Busey, Clyde F Wetumka, Okla.
Bryant, Lester F Parkersburg. W. Va.
Burnside, Walter Norwood Tampa, Fla.
Burton. Wm. Henry 1329 Whitaker St., Birmingham, Ala.
Carl, Chas. S Decatur, Ark.
Clark, Hubert H Cookeville, Tenn.
Chesnut, Harold Guy Oklahoma City, Okla.
Cooper, John Alfred Marion, Ark.
DonncU, Ralph Tinsley Lebanon, Tenn.
Dumbrigue, Cecil E Philippine Islands
Eichcl. Charles 827 S. First St., Evansville, Ind.
Freeman, Harold Wm Paul's Valley. Okla.
Gevedcn, Robert Lindsey Bardwcll, Ky.
Gullett, Bcrthel B Nashville, Tenn.
Haight, Willett Miller ...Shawnee, Okla.
Harrcll, I.immie Lee Dyer, Tenn.
Harvey, Dennis M _ East Chicago, Ind.
Henry, Fred Maryvillc, Tenn.
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Jeter, Robert George Dresden, Tenn.
Johnson, George Clyde 205 E. Washington St., Athens, Ala.
Jones, Reese Cotton Plant, Ark.
Kennedy, Do)'le Spillman 4302 N. Ashland Ave. , Chicago, 111.
Lasiter, David Wade Morrilton, Ark.
Law, Robert Mooney Tampa, Fla.
Makoff , Arthur Lenoir, N. C.
Matlock, Edgar Lee Van Buren, Ark.
Moore, Donald Wells Shelb3'ville, Tenn.
Moore, Lake Muskogee, Okla.
McKay, Alvin B Pollock, La.
Neidhart, Henry S Pocatello, Idaho
Pajme, David Oscar Lakeland, Fla.
Payne, Lewis C Carthage, Tenn.
Pettus, Thomas Coleman Athens, Ala.
Ravson, Sherman Harold 1213 Dixwell Ave., New Haven, Conn.
Roop, Wm. S Christian sburg, Va.
Rothar, Wm. A Miami, Fla.
Smith, Forrest S Gainesville, Fla.
Tafuri, Joseph Wakefield, R, I.
ToUiver, Zac Lebanon, Tenn.
Treadwell, Edgar Douglas Arcadia, Fla.
Vaden, Howard Clay Gordonsville, Tenn.
Vaughan, Lemuel G Gray burg, Texas
von Bloombergh, Augustus James Birmingham, Ala.
Wallace, Grady Willard Sapulpa, Okla.
Whidden, Marshall Tilden Arcadia, Fla.
Yearwood, Alton P Ft. Meade, Fla.
Abrams, Joseph Clarence 1114 N. Cleveland Ave., Sherman, Texas
Aimar, Charles Emile Charleston, S. C.
Alexander, Benjamin F Cumberland Gap, Tenn.
Alford, Millard William Okolona, Ark.
Allen, Alton Crouch Hallettsville, Texas
AUred, Sam Houston, Jr Hillsboro, Texas
Armijo, Jose Enrique Las Vegas, N. Mex.
Atwater, James M., Jr Burlington, N. C.
Aynesworth, Hiram K Stinnett, Texas
Barber, Raleigh Thomas Jacksonville, Fla.
Beam, Maurice K 406 S. Maple St., McPherson, Kansas
Bennett, Odell N. Alexandria, Tenn.
Bennett, Stanley LeRoy Jamesburg, N. J.
Bentle, Arthur Henderson ville, Tenn.
Bisciotti, Felix A 955 Genessee St., Rochester, N. Y.
Boone, Hugh Craig Daniel Booneville, Tenn.
Bowman, Byrne Arnold Muskogee, Okla.
Bracewell, Reginald S 311 Scandlan Bldg., Houston, Texas
Brenner, William Nisson 1431 4th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Burroughs, Robert Edgar Buffalo, Texas
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Busey, Ralph L Wetumka, Okla.
Camp, James Welsey Sparta, Tenn.
Campbell, Raymond Clarence Elizabethton, Tenn.
Carlton, Sidney Langford Hamilton, Texas
Cate, George Harrison 1423 Franklin Ave., Nashville, Tenn.
Cohen, Louis Samuel 120 Capitol Ave., Hartford, Conn.
Cooper, Samuel William Philadelphia, Miss.
Cousins, Walter Joseph 283 Meeker Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Cox, Wayne A Tro}^ Tenn.
Crain, Melvin L Winchester, Ky.
Craig, Clifford Fletcher 515 Travis St., Shreveport, La.
Davidson, Henry Converse 686 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga.
Dean, Odis White Deer, Texas
Dawes, Burch Wilbum Wahlequah, Okla.
Devine, James Percival 630 Grandview, Pawhuska, Okla.
DiCicco, Dominic Leslie 39 Wilson St. , Worcester, Mass.
Dock, Mortimer Russell 1210 Eighth Ave., Watervliet, N. Y.
Douglas, Lawrence Young Dunedia, Fla.
Driskill, Henr>^ Hoyt Ada, Okla.
Duncan, Charles Oklahoma City, Okla.
Dunn, Francis B 848 E. 6th St., Port Arthur, Texas
Elder, Wilham Herman Abanda, Ala.
Ellis, RoNle Goldmon Springfield, Mo.
Ellison, Willis Wayne Nixon, Texas
Elrod, Johnie \'aden Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Essary, Ernest Watson, Jr Lexington, Tenn.
Evans, George Escar Lebanon, Tenn., R. No. 1
Evans, James Charles Lebanon, Tenn., R. No. 1
Ferguson, William Seymore ^ Morenci, .Ariz.
Flaxman, Bernard David 58Belden St., Hartford, Conn.
Fox, Charles D 1118 Litton Ave., Nashville, Tenn.
Fox, Leo B. C 241 Palm St., Hartford, Conn.
Fraker, Berthold Bright Chuckey, Tenn.
Garbcr, Lester Joseph 6313 S. Roseberg PL, St. Louis. Mo.
Gaston, David Finis HI Lebanon, Tenn.
Goodman, Thomas Hill Knoxville, Tenn., Box 1088
Greth, Carl Frederick Jackson, Mich.
Hamlin, Cedric G. 722 Mercantile Nat. Bk. Bldg., Dallas, Texas
Hankins, William Robert Hartsville, Tenn.
Harrell. Joel Reagan Throckmorton, Texas
Harsh, George, Jr Bank of Commerce Bldg., Memphis, Tenn.
Hartley, Thomas Allen Maben, Miss.
Hartman, .Andrew Jackson GreeneviJlc, Tenn.
Hatcher, Everette M Franklin, Tenn.
Hatfield, Roy Lee. Box 241, Albany, Ala.
Hays, Chesterfield Arcadia, Fla.
Hays, William Basil DeLand, Fla.
Hazel, Scth F., Jr .Lindsay, Okla.
Hedgepeth, Thomas Harvey Monticello, Miss.
Henry, Patrick 1532 N. Highland, Hollywood, CaliL
Hill, Clarence Malcolm, Jr Tarpon Springs, Fla.
Hill. Hoyle ....2823 W. 14th St., Little Rock, Ark.
Hinkle, Henry, Jr .Lindsay, Okla.
Hodgson, Arthur Joseph Russellville, Ark.
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Holladay, John Denny Cookeville, Tenn.
Halstead, George Adriance \Miite Plains, N. Y.
Horner, William I 1501 Hawkins St. , Nashville, Tenn.
Horton, Guy Leslie El Reno, Okla.
Horton, Norman 309 Lowery St.. Hugo, Okla.
Humphrey, George James 614 Hastings St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Hunv-itz, Jacob A 434 W. 120th St.. N. Y. C.
Jeffiies, Charles Edward Sherman, Texas
Jenkins, Joe Lee 1811 Russell St. , Nashville, Tenn.
Jent, Connie Robert LaFayette, Tenn.
Kelly, Albert Allan So. Pittsburg, Tenn.
Kerr, Wilham L Pecos, Texas
Kettler, Charles Joseph Luveme, Ala.
Kibilka, Henry Walter 228 Buckland St., La Salle, 111.
King, Wm. J. R 102 S. Winnetka St. , Dallas, Texas
Kirchik, Jack R 4 E. Flagler St., Miami, Fla.
Kizziar, Hood D 906 Bernett, Wichita Falls, Texas
Kneibler, Arthur William 529 N. W. 14th Ave., Miami, Fla.
Kramer, Harry S., Jr E. St. Louis, 111.
Lackey, Travis 441 Stinnett, Texas
Lamun, B}Ton Bolivar, Mo.
Langford, Charles Francis Cookeville, Tenn.
Langford, Elmer Andrew Cookeville, Tenn.
Larr. George Lovell, Jr Vicksburg, Miss.
Latting, William F 2016 E. Admiral Blvd. . Tulsa. Okla.
Lawson, Emma Lou Pulaski, Term.
Leggett, Geo. R Bismarck, Mo.
Leslie, Frank Shidler, Okla.
Lewis, Sidney Clinton, Jr Dover, Tenn.
Lintz, Hunley C Greeneville, Tenn., R. 13
Lockwood, Gurdon D 5503 Lindell St., Dallas, Texas
Loffredo, Vincent Manley 127 S. Bay St., Milwaukee, Wis.
Loughnane, Emma Lapeer, Mich.
Lowe, Almus G Bruceton, Tenn.
Lusk, Egbert Eugene 608 E. Pine St.. Lakeland, Fla.
Maris, Lester Russell 119 N. Elm St., Ponca City, Okla.
Marsh, Hubert Royal 1010 Bank of Bay Biscayne, Miami, Fla.
Masterson, Bennett 1619 Tyler St., Amarillo, Texas
Maxwell, Alfred James Siloam Springs, Ark.
Miller, H. Leonard. . _ 912 S. Willett St. , Memphis, Tenn.
Mobley, Aaron J 4 Carroll St. . Nashville. Tenn.
Montgomery, Andrew Kaye Estancia, N. Mex.
Montgomery, Jack W Versailles, Ky.
Moody, Milo V Scottsboro, Ala.
Moore, J. Lester Cumberland City, Tenn.
Moore, Watt Hughes Jackson, Tenn.
Morgan, Charles S Oklahoma City, Okla.
Murchison, Henry Carmack Jackson, Tenn.
Myers, Ernest K 932 Howard Ave., New Orleans, La.
McCann, John W'ard Spiro, Okla.
McClain, Will Kelly Lebanon, Tenn.
McClay, Paul R Donna, Texas
Nelson, Albert Ayres 307 N. 16th St., Muskogee, Okla.
Nelson, Roy Clayton Grundy, Va.
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Nicols, Walter Eamett Durant, Miss.
Oglesby, Jack Emerson Winnfield, La.
Paris, John Oliver Smithville, Tenn.
Pamell, Fred S 412 \V. Mobile St. , Florence, Ala.
Patterson, William Franklin, Jr Ft. Worth, Texas
Pettinger, Helen Margaret 1409 Montana St., El Paso, Texas
Payne, Edgar E Muskogee, Okla.
Peace, Robert Harvey Emerson, Ark.
Peavy, James Walter 876 Jordan St., Shreveport, La.
Pike, Monroe 12 Hinsdale St., Brookl>Ti, N. Y.
Polk, Lucius Eugene 5330 Pershing Ave., St. Louis, Mo.
Poore, Jay William Hohenwald, Tenn.
Priddy, Richard M Russellville, Ark.
Quimby, Curtis J Jefferson City, Mo.
Ray, Charles Marcus, Jr Bessemer, Ala.
Rhine, Lyle Verne Manhattan, Kans.
Roberts, Earl E Lamar, Mo.
Roberts, John Henderson Martin, Ky.
Sadler, Earl Hugh 1508 W. 22nd St. . Oklahoma City, Okla.
Simmonite, Henr>' G 719 N. W. 13th Ave. . Miami. Fla.
Simmons, James Ben WTiiteville, Tenn.
Sinclair, F. Willard 1027 Jackson St., Easton. Pa.
Sloan, Eugene Holloway _ Lebanon, Tenn.
Smith, Frank D Cartersville, Ga.
Smith, Joseph Patrick 200 E. 166th St., Bronx, N. Y. C.
Sommerville, Sidney Elizabeth Grafton, W. Va.
Squires, Houston Dunlay Lenoir, N. C.
Stewart, Vick Winchester, Tenn.
Swain, Gladstone Benjamin 437 Devine St., San Antonio, Texas
Swallows, William Lee Algood, Tenn.
Taylor, George Roy Van Buren, Ark.
Taylor, Gordon Letcher 109 Lexington St., Covington, Va.
Taylor, Tom J Etowah, Tenn.
Tipton, John Emily 2005 W. 18th St. , Oklahoma City, Okla.
Vick, Thomas Haywood 3101 Frederick St., Shreveport. La.
Voges, Richard Dietrich, Jr Poth, Texas
Wallace, Webster Graham 2865 S. W. 15th St., Miami, Fla.
Weibel, Theodore E Sapulpa, Okla.
Walker, William May 306 So. Duval St.. Tallahassee. Fla.
Weaver, John Theodore 157 W. 73rd St., N. Y. C.
Whitaker, John G Waco, Texas, R. No. 2, Box 28
Wilde, August W 419 Hays Ave., Jackson, Tenn.
Witherspoon, Douglas Francis Weatherford, Okla.
Wolf, David Judah 5647 Richmond Ave., Dallas, Texas
Wood, Percy Green. 627 Alabama Ave., Selmer, Ala.
Woodroof, Elvin Wliites Creek, Tenn.
Yarbrough, Homer Bryan Ponder, Texas
Yuen, Parkin T.. _ 18 Harrison Ave., Boston, Mass.
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Blakeley, Eleanor Ruth Meehan, Miss.
Bonner, Cecil Travis , Lebanon, Tenn.
Braswell, Edwin Forsythe 2723 Ave. E., Ensley, Ala.
Brooks, Maurice Van Buren Abilene, Texas
Bucklew. Sam Box 446, Tampa, Fla.
Cargill, Troy Audre}^ Prague, Okla.
Clark, Henry Harvey, Jr Christiana, Tenn.
Clem, Joseph Oscar Fort Wayne, Ind.
Coxsey, Theodore P , Green Forest, Ark.
DeFoor, James Martin 315 N. Cherry, East Point, Ga.
Denson, Emma B Truman, x\rk.
Dre3'er, Harry Marion Burlington, Okla.
Earthman. Harold H Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Edwards, William Longe Clarksville, Texas
Fain, W. R., Jr Clarksville, Tenn.
Falkner, Grady Carroll 5709 Seminole Ave., Tampa, Fla.
Farraw, G. C Anson, Texas
Few, William Clem Derma, Miss.
Flentge, Harrv Weldon Gatesville, Texas
Fluhr, Samuel 295 So. 5th St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Foster, Ra3'mond LeRoy Minnsville, X. Y.
Garland, Edgar E Mountain City, Tenn.
Garner, Curtis E 5116 Hillcrest Ave. . Little Rock, Ark.
Goldberg, Irving Jacob 4138 Jerome Ave., Ozone Park, N. Y.
Harris, Ewing Jackson Sylvia, Tenn.
Hays, James Morrison, Jr Okmulgee, Okla.
Humphrey, James G Telford, Tenn.
Kidd, Robert Morris Beaumont, Texas
Kortes, John Henry Telluride, Colo.
Little, Ronald Erl 830 St. John Ave. , Dversburg, Tenn.
Mathews. George Richard, Jr 218 Green St. , Rock Hill, S. C.
Nash, Kenneth White Williamsburg, Mass.
Neff, James Xewsom Orange, Texas
Pasternack. Joseph Edward 55 Action St. , Hartford, Conn.
Ramse}', Langford Polan 157 Clark Place, Memphis, Tenn.
Russo, John 60 Gulden St., New Brunswick, N. J.
Sandlin, Hugh Martin Byhalia, Miss.
Sayre, Don Castle 448 N. Topeka, Wichita, Kansas
Shannon, James Jackson Lebanon, Tenn.
Smith. Robert Howard Wilhamsburg, Ky.
Smith, Tracy Thurman. Snyder, Texas
Snell, Murrell Watkins Phenix, Va.
Stone, Hardy Ross, Jr Meridian, Miss.
Sumner, Earl Keith Fort Pierce, Fla.
Tidwell, Frank Eugene 34 N. Euxgran, Memphis, Tenn.
Tilghman, Simmons P Crisfield, Md.
Todd, x\ndrew L.,Jr Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Wheeler, Henr\' Raymond Gawley, Texas
Whitelaw, Benjamin Whitehurst Brownsville, Tenn.
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Anderson, Garland Haden Okolona, Miss.
Baily, Louis E 314)^ Broadway, Oklahoma City, Okla.
Baker, James Omar Corbin, Ky.
Baker, O. I 1709 11th St., Port Arthur, Texas
Bandel, Louie 2838 Hirschell St., Miami, Fla.
Barry, J. Addison Lebanon, Tenn.
Bath, T. Arnold Marshall, Texas
Beard, A. J., Jr Jacksonville, Ala.
Beard, Oliver Douglas Jacksonville, Ala.
Beavers, John J 727 N. Union St., St. Louis, Mo.
Blair, Samuel Cook Jefferson City, Mo.
Blanks, Olin San Angelo, Texas
Bledsoe, John H 705 Hillsboro Ave., Tampa, Fla.
Blumhagen, Emmanuel Drake, Xo. Dak.
Bond, I. M Lindsay, Okla.
Boone, Claud W Gainesville, Mo.
Boone, Samuel Paul Gainesville, Mo.
Boyd, William Burke 1818 S. Miami Ave., Miami, Fla.
Brady, Robert S Spencer, Tenn.
Braly, John Allen 1725 Fairmont St. , Fort Worth, Texas
Brandon, James M 708 N. Union St., Natchez, Miss.
Brogdon, James Thomas 2417 Vanderbilt Place, Nashville, Tenn.
Brooks, Madison Ben Forney, Texas
Buckles, Ralph Ernest 721 E. Orange St., Lakeland, Fla.
Burleson, Omar T Anson, Texas
Burns, Thomas Curtis Tuscumbia, Ala.
Buzzell, Hillard Hodgdon Belfast, Me.
Campbell, Courtland Delmas 4162 Capitol Ave., Jefferson City, Mo.
Canale, D. James 549 S. Belvedere, Memphis, Tenn.
Candler, Milton Asa, Jr Corinth, Miss.
Canville, John Bernard 1003 Perrine Bldg., Oklahoma City, Okla.
Case, Clarence C Jackson, Miss.
Cheek, William Brandel New Middleton, Tenn.
Christie, Sidney Lee Sinks Grove, W. Va.
Clark, Joe P Franklin , Ky.
Colley, Jesse W Bowers Mill, Mo.
Cooper, A Memphis, Tenn.
Corlett, Edward Stanley, Jr Miami, Fla.
Crawford, Evan Wharton 1313 Laurel St., Pine Bluff, Ark.
Criswell, Raymon Elery Seminola, Okla.
Cunningham, Clay Carter 333 Burr Rd., San .Antonio, Texas
Curry, Lee V. S Kermit, W. Va.
Daffan, Lawrence Bliss. San Antonio. Texas
Daugherty, Phil E 710 E. 9th St.. Oklahoma City, Okla.
Davis, Robert Wyche, Jr 1043 E. Univ. Ave., Gainesville, Fla.
DeBois, James Duke 125 W. 20th St., Oklahoma City, Okla.
DeFord, Risden Davis Savannah, Tenn.
Dejarnett, Eulen E Essex, Mo.
Dillon, W. Adelbert Cherokee, Okla.
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Dorsa, Eugene E Oklahoma City, Okla.
Edwards, Orren Oliver Mayo, Fla.
Embich, William Fortune Miami, Fla.
Ethredge, James Tyre DeSoto City, Fla.
Faucette, Robert Edward Bristol, Tenn.
Firestone, Vem Delmar Kingfisher, Okla.
Foster, Hardin Stapleton 2306 Belmont Ave., Nashville, Tenn.
Fulmer, Raymond North Mishawaka, Ind.
Garrett, Burns Dresden, Tenn.
Gerron, Orion Elwin Waxahachie, Texas
Gober, Curtis Arlo luka. Miss.
Goodrum, John Marvin Seguin, Texas
Gray, William Francis, Jr Franklin, Tenn.
Gregory, Thomas Russell Nashville, Tenn.
Hardin, James Lyle Lakeland, Fla.
Hardin, William Gregg Lakeland, Fla.
Harrison, David S 829 Braddock Rd., Cumberland, Md.
Harsh, Richard Herbert Gallatin, Tenn.
Havron, John Harrison Madison, Fla.
Heiple, Harold Levie 221 E. 8th St., Oklahoma City, Okla.
Heiss, John Louis, Jr Gulfport, Miss.
Henson, Theodore Montigue Poplar Bluff, Mo.
Hester, Talmage Alfred Tuckerman, Ark.
Hillendahl, Harris x\drian 1601 Harold St., Houston, Texas
Hooker, John Edgar 207 Martin Ave., Pine Bluff, Ark.
Hooper, Argus Reed Commerce, Okla.
Hubbert, Cecil Foscue 1824 6th Ave., Ft. Worth, Texas
Humphreys, Douglas David, Jr Hohenwald, Tenn.
Infield, Eari G Barnsdall, Okla.
Jenkins, John Buford 2113 Highland Ave., Nashville, Tenn.
Johnson, Bronce F. Kingston, Tenn.
Johnson, William Edwin Fayetteville, Tenn.
Jung, Emil Alex San Antonio, Texas
Kennedy, Loyd Robert Care Y. M. C. A., Ft. Worth, Texas
Killough, Frank Decatur, Texas
Klein, Gerald B 1342 S. Norfolk Ave., Tulsa, Okla.
Lamanna, George Cussat Lattimer Mines, Pa.
Lamb, Nathan W. Scott 609 12th St., Knoxville, Tenn.
Lawing, Chester 1908 W. 13th Ave. , Pine Bluff, Ark.
Lawton, Robert C Mira, La.
Leedy, Charles Burton Arnett, Okla.
L'Engle, Claud Jacksonville, Fla.
Lester, Clarence Kingsley 3702 Yoakum, Houston, Texas
Linne, Alton Calvin Seguin, Texas
Lyons, Charles Albert Waverly Hotel, Miami Beach, Fla.
Marsh, Neill Chunn, Jr El Dorado, Ark.
Marshall, Richard Naylor Centerville, Tenn.
Martin, A. Eugene 214 Cal-Wayne Bldg., Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Mead, Joseph S 3020 12th Ave., N., Birmingham, Ala.
Merritt, James B Kulso, Ark.
Minneci, Christ Sears 3346 Monroe St., Chicago, 111.
McCarty, Chas. W Fairfax, Okla.
McCormick, C. T., Jr Russellville, Ky.
McCoy, Murray Port Arthur, Texas
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McCulla, Laurence Cleaves 606 Cedar St., Cherokee, Iowa
McDonald, James Milburn West Palm Beach, Fla.
McGinnis, Donald Franklin Beckley, W. Va.
Neeley, C. Arendal 2312 S. W. 16th Terrace, Miami, Fla.
Neeley, John H 2312 S. W. 16th Terrace, Miami, Fla.
Nye, Luther Armbrister Okemah, Okla.
Ogden, David Walter Ardmore, Okla.
Parks, Tilman Bacon, Jr El Dorado, Ark.
Parrott, Frederic W 707 W. Church St., Newport, Tenn.
Peak, Charles A 2705 Texas St., Greenville, Texas
Peterson, Ben Mahon 1746 S. W. 9th St., Miami, Fla.
Phillips, Emerson Ross Superior, Nebr.
Planteen, Ralph R 221 W. 9th, Los Angeles, Calif.
Ponder, Gloria C Causway Blvd. , Tampa, Fla.
Ponder, Laurence Floumoy^ Causway Blvd., Tampa, Fla.
Powell, Flubert Franklin West Palm Beach. Fla.
Pritchett, John Alfred Sharondale Drive, Nashville, Tenn.
Purvis, Walter Marshall 4502 Abbott St., Dallas, Texas
Puryear, William Pierce Gallatin, Tenn.
Radebaugh, Otis Barclay 216 Whittier Circle, Orlando, Fla.
Reece, Lemiel Lafayette Butler, Tenn.
Reich, Frank Lord III 1327 Fish Market St., Louisville, Miss.
Robertson, Jacob Marion Mt. Leonard, Mo.
Robertson, William Edward, Jr Tracy City, Tenn.
Rutherford, Vivion B 319 N. E. 23rd St., Miami. Fla.
Seibald, Ted E 513 S. 13th, Muskogee, Okla.
Shaw, Alton David Blackwell, Okla.
Shook, Philip Claywell .215 W. Mistletoe Ave., San Antonio. Texas
Slack, John Charles Bristol, Tenn.
Smith, Felix Leslie Hot Springs, Ark.
Smith, Gilbert C Anson, Texas
Smith, K. Van Zandt Ft. Worth, Texas
Smith, Thomas O. H 3709 Richland Ave., Nashville, Tenn.
Starnes, Oscar Buford 420 S. College St., Lebanon, Tenn.
Stewart. Fred, Jr Ava, Mo.
Stobbe. William Ralph McKenzie. Tenn.
Stough, James Edsall Jacksonville. Ala.
Surrency. John Robert Memphis, Tenn.
Tate, Cecil Henry Giddings. Texas
Thomas, Emlyn Hiteman. Iowa
Viner, Ernest Donal Hardy. Ark.
Vivier, John Augustus Brownsville, Texas
Warren, John Learning. _ Holdenville. Okla.
Wasserman, Alfred Lee 804 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Fla.
Wax, Charles Samuel Palm Beach, Fla.
Weir, Gordon Page Greenfield, Mo.
Welch, Daniel Morton .Antlers, Okla.
Whitwcll, Oscar Dwight. Ponca City, Okla.
Wilson, Sidney Kyle.. Bellefontaine, Ohio
Wood, Joe Howell Woodbury, Tenn.
Woodfin. John Thomas, Jr _ _ Murfrecsboro, Tenn.
Wooten, John Davis Manchester, Tenn.
Wright, Thurman Bismarck, No. Dak.
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JUNIOR LAW GLASS
Spring Term, 1928
Bartlett, Wesson W Texas
Bertram, George C Tennessee
Bishop, Herman A Oklahoma
Bludworth, Glenn Florida
Bonnell, Clyde H Oklahoma
Borman, Murray Monroe New York
Boyd, Terry S Missouri
Brannon, L. Hiram Florida
Buchanan, J. P Tennessee
Coopman , Edwin Texas
Cox, Charles Hayden. Tennessee
Cunningham, Paul York Oklahoma
Cunningham, Sothron Texas
Davis, Ernest Julian Oklahoma
Davis. Jack Harrison Texas
Dickson, R. Temple Texas
Dorn, Weems C Alabama
Dowlin, Victor Hugo . Tennessee
Drew, Charles H Oklahoma
Emmett, Lewis B Tennessee
Faver, Glenn Texas
Fitts, Jim Morgan Tennessee
Fullerton, Richard C New Jersey
Geer, Custo C Tennessee
Gelberman, Roy Harold Tennessee
Gillis, Edwin Walden Florida
Gordon, James Oklahoma
Haley, John Louisville Kentucky
Havron, Henry B Florida
Humphreys, Allison, Jr Tennessee
Jarrett, Kenneth Oklahoma
Jenkins, Olivia Tennessee
Johnson, E. Foster ^- Tennessee
Johnson, Paul C Florida
Kimbrough, Miller Glascock Tennessee
Kirk, Carl Edwin Illinois
Lacky , Glenn Texas
Lockhart, William Otto Florida
Matheny, Ernest E Tennessee
Menefee, John A Texas
Moore, William Newton, Jr Florida
Murray, Robert M Tennessee
Myers, Norris Alexander Nebraska
McCasland, Joe ^ Texas
McClaren, Lowry Straiten Tennessee
McDaniel, Monte Tennessee
McDougald, James R Texas
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Nicholson, Mathew Ernest Texas
Norton. Burford James Oklahoma
Parkhurst. Millard Texas
Patterson, Joe Turner Mississippi
Payne, Jennings Oscar Oklahoma
Peck, Robert Lee, Jr Tennessee
Richardson, David Eugene Florida
Roddie. Leonox Young Oklahoma
Rowsey, William Edgar, Jr Georgia
Sapp. Everett Council Georgia
Seibold. George W., Jr Oklahoma
Spiess, H. Waldo New Mexico
Shapiro, Joseph Florida
Skelton. Arch Mason Missouri
Smith, Dick Mississippi
Stover, Ralph Allen Oklahoma
Tauriello, Anthony Francis New York
Taylor, William Ferguson Mississippi
Thagard, Thomas Werth Alabama
Timmy, Harry \\' Pennsylvania
Trueman, Howard Augustus Florida
Tucker, Wallace Lee Tennessee
Upton, Charles Burns Kentucky
Van Aller, Doris Alabama
Wallin, S. Eldridge North Carolina
Webster. Buford Stanley Kentucky
Wiig, Howard Edgerton Florida
Wilson, Eugene, Jr Texas
Woolsey, Elmo Murray Tennessee
Wynn , John Clarke Florida
With a view to indicating to some extent the influence of the
Law School upon the country, it has been thought proper to give a
list of some of the more prominent men who received their legal
education here. The names here inserted are only a partial list.
Of about 4,500 graduates, and many more who took part of the
course, hundreds have distinguished themselves at the bar and
otherwise, whose names, for want of space, cannot be given in this
The Faculty will thank all our alumni who will suggest names to
be added to this roll hereafter.
William B. Bate, U. S. Senator, Tennessee.
Joseph W. Bailey, U. S. Senator, Texas.
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Howell E. Jackson, late Judge Supreme Court, U. S.
James D. Porter, ex-Governor, Tennessee.
James B. McCreary, Governor, Kentucky; U. S. Senator.
Horace H. Lurton, Judge Supreme Court, U. S.
W. M. McDoweii, Judge, lennessee.
David Davis Shelby, U. S. Circuit Judge.
E. S. Hammond, U. S. District Judge.
C. D. Clark, U. S. District Judge. Tennessee.
John F. House, late M. C, Tennessee.
\V. C. Caldwell, Judge Supreme Court, Tennessee.
WilUam D. Beard, Chief Justice Supreme Court, Tennessee.
S. F. Wilson, Judge Court Chancery Appeals, Tennessee.
M. M. Neil, Chief Justice Supreme Court, Tennessee.
Robert Hatton, General, Confederate Army.
Sterling Pierson, Chancellor, Tennessee.
. M. E. Benton, M. C, Missouri.
R. S. Anderson, Judge, Texas.
I. E. Riddick, Supreme Judge, Arkansas.
Theodore Brantley, Chief Justice, Montana.
\V. G. Taliaferro, Judge, Texas.
N. N. Cox, M. C, Tennessee.
Thomas A. McClellan, Chief Justice, Alabama.
Henry A. Sharp, Supreme Judge, Alabama.
R. C. DeGraffenreid, M. C, Texas.
A. G. Norell, Judge, Utah.
Charles P. Clint, Judge, Texas.
A. M. Byrd, M. C, Mississippi.
H. 0. Head, Judge, Texas.
Ira Landrith, General Secretarj^ Y. P. S. C. E., Boston, Mass.
B. J. Tarver, Chancellor, Tennessee.
Grant Green, Judge, x\rkansas.
William M. Hart, Judge, Tennessee.
Morgan C. Fitzpatrick, jM. C, Tennessee.
Sterling Crockrell, Judge Supreme Court, Arkansas.
L. B. Valhant, Chief Justice, Missouri.
M. H. Mabry, Supreme Judge, Florida.
A. J. Abernathy, Chancellor, Tennessee.
John S. Cooper, Chancellor, Tennessee.
J. W. Bonner, Judge, Tennessee.
R. P. Caldwell, M. C, Tennessee.
Edward H. East, Chancellor, Tennessee.
A. G. Merritt, Chancellor, Tennessee.
James Hurt, Judge Court of Appeals, Texas.
L. C. Gauze, M. C, Arkansas.
H. J. Livingston, Chancellor, Tennessee.
J. H. Acklen, M. C, Louisiana.
Zack Taylor, M. C, Tennessee.
W. H. Gill, Judge, Texas.
B. B. Battle, Supreme Judge, Arkansas.
B. A. Enloe, M. C, Tennessee.
William H. Williamson, Judge, Tennessee.
H. M. Somerville, Supreme Judge, Alabama.
J. C. Kyle, M. C, Tennessee.
"Private" John Allen, M. C, Mississippi.
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H. N. Hutton, Judge, Arkansas.
H. C. Speake, Judge, Alabama.
John W. Burgess, Dean Columbia University Law School, New York.
Reuben R. Gaines, Chief Justice, Texas.
John C. Ferris, Judge, Tennessee.
W. P. Caldwell, M. C, Tennessee.
E. I. Golladay, M. C, Tennessee.
H. Y. Riddle, M. C, Tennessee.
James Breathett, Judge, Kentucky,
W. S. McLemore, Judge, Tennessee.
Granville Ridley, Judge, Tennessee.
J. J. DuBose, Judge, Tennessee.
S. A. Rogers, Judge, Tennessee.
Levi S. Woods, Judge, Tennessee.
John A. Fite, Judge, Tennessee.
J. S. Gribble, Chancellor, Tennessee.
John Somers, Chancellor. Tennessee.
H. C. Snodgrass, M. C, Tennessee.
I. H. Goodnight, M. C. and Judge, Kentucky.
T. C. Lyons, Chanct llor, Mississippi
J. B. Lamb, .Attorney-General, Florida.
William L. Martin. Attorney-General, Alabama.
Ri( hard Morgan, Judge, Texas.
Houston M' Curtain, Judge, Indian Territory.
J. C. McDonald, General, Confederate Army, Indian Territory.
Henry McCorry, Judge, Tennessee.
D. A. Nunn, M. C., Tennessee.
William Poindexter, Judge, Texas.
Pa>Tie T. Prim, Judge, Oregon.
J. W. Phillips, Judge, Missouri.
W. B. Rogers, U. S. Attorney, Montana.
J. L. Rogers, M. C, Texas.
T. C. Randall, Judge, Kentucky.
W. H. Andrews, Judge, Texas.
S. Arakawa, Professor Imperial Universit}', Japan.
George Anderson, Judge, Mississippi.
B. D. Bell, Supreme Judge, Tennessee.
Emory Fisk Best, Assistant Attorney-General, Interior Department,
United States Government.
W. R. Cox, M. C, North Carolina.
J. D. Cole, General, Confederate Army, Tennessee.
A. H. Carrigan, Judge, Texas.
Warren Coleman, Judge, Mississippi.
Alex W. Campbell, General, Confederate Army, Tennessee.
Lucien Earle, Judge, Kansas.
Hiei Fukunoka, Professor of Law, Japan.
M. C. Giv< ns. Judge, Kentucky.
T. D. Stames, Judge, Texas.
M. B. Talley, Judge, Texas.
C. K. Wheeler, M. C, Kentucky.
Richard Warner, M. C, Tennessee.
T. E. Whitfield, General, Confederate Army.
R. W. Simpson, District Judge, Texas.
R. C. Simpson, Supreme Court Judge, Alabama.
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J. R. Byrd, Judge, Mississippi.
John E. Richardson, Judge, Tennessee.
Ernest L. Bullock, Judge, Tennessee.
T. P. Gore, U. S. Senator, Oklahoma.
Robinson McMillan, Judge, Oklahoma.
John Caruthers, Judge, Oklahoma.
John H. Stephens, M. C, Texas.
T. U. Sisson, M. C., Mississippi.
Robert R. Butler, Judge, Oregon.
Daniel Hon, Judge, Arkansas.
William A. Roane, Judge, Mississippi.
J. S. Buckley, Judge, Mississippi.
James Perkins, Judge, Florida.
J. R. Flippin, Judge, Tennessee.
George E. Seay, Chancellor, Tennessee.
J. E. Halsell, Judge, Kentucky.
M. M. Smith, Chancellor, Tennessee.
Thomas S. Flippin, Judge, Tennessee.
W. H. Swiggart, Judge, Tennessee.
H. W. Lightfoot, Judge, Texas.
J. B. Grider, Judge, Kentucky.
W. E. Ward, founder of Ward Seminary, Tennessee.
Edgar P. Smith, Judge, Tennessee.
James T. Policy, Judge, Texas.
Andrew Price, M. C, Louisiana.
Foster V. Brown, M. C, Tennessee.
Willis Reeves, Judge, Kentucky.
Robert B. Green, Judge, Texas.
J. M. Taylor, Judge Chancery Court of Appeals, Tennessee.
J. D. Conway, Judge, Arkansas.
Thomas W. Ford, Judge, Texas.
A. C. Allen, Judge, Ttxas.
E. G. Mitchell, Judge, Arkansas.
Cordell Hull, Judge and M. C, Tennessee.
W. F. Clemmons, M. C, Arkansas
J. M. Lindsay, Judge, Texas.
John A. McKinney, Judge, Tennessee.
W. D. Frazee, Chancellor, Tennessee.
G. W. Hewitt, M. C, Alabama.
Thetus W. Sims, M. C, Tennessee.
Risden Tyler Bennett, Judge Supreme Court and M. C, North Carolina.
J. W. McBroom, U. S. District Judge, Virginia.
R. M. Milburn, Professor of Law, University of Indiana.
Henry L. Muldrow, M. C, MississippL
A. G. Sharp, Circuit Judge, Alabama.
W. S. Hill, M. C, Mississippi.
B. T. Kimbrough, Chancellor, Mississippi.
R. T. Shannon, Law Author, Tennessee.
W. H. Gill, Judge Court Civil Appeals, Texas.
Robert B. Williams, Judge, Tennessee.
Lucius P. Little Circuit Judge, Kentucky.
Lysander Houck, Circuit Judge, Kansas.
J. D. Tillman, Minister to Ecuador.
Charles C. Crowe, ex-Governor, New Mexico.
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A. M. Stephens, M. C, Texas.
A. C. Randall, M. C, Texas.
Geo. B. Gerald, Judge, Texas.
Joseph M. Hill, Chief Justice, Arkansas.
Wharton J. Green, M. C, Xorth Carolina.
Robert E. Houston, General Confederate Army, Mississippi.
E. B. Kinsworthy, Attorney-General, Arkansas.
J.' T. Dunn, Judge, Mississippi.
Benj. H. Rice, Judge, Texas.
Walter Simpson, Judge, Texas.
Francis Fentress, Jr., Judge, Tennessee.
W. F. Kirby, U. S. Senator, Arkansas.
P. Frank Greever, Judge, Texas.
Robert B. Seay, Judge, Texas.
M. C. Butler, M. C, Tennessee.
Grafton Green, Chief Justice, Tennessee.
Dana Harmon, Judge, Tennessee.
Judson Clements, U. S. Commerce Commission.
A. B. Neil, Judge, Tennessee.
John Thos. Watkins, M. C, Louisiana.
Harry A. Hammerly, Judge, Oklahoma.
W. Y. Pemberton, Judge Supreme Court, Montana.
W. B. Turner, Judge, Tennessee.
F. P. Hall, Judge Supreme Court, Tennessee.
J. T. Blair, Chief Justice Supreme Court, Missouri.
C. B. Smith, Judge, Alabama.
William W. Whitesides, Judge, Alabama.
Benjamin F. Looney, Attorney-General, State of Texas.
D. B. Hill, Judge, Texas.
Samuel R. Sells, M. C. Tennessee.
M. H. Meeks, Judge, Tennessee.
Park Trammell, U. S. Senator, Florida.
Virgil Bourland, Judge, Arkansas.
W. W. Venable, M. C., Mississippi.
Tilman D. Johnson, U. S. Judge, Utah.
Xen Hicks, U. S. District Judge, Tennessee.
J. W. Ross, U. S. District Judge, Tennessee.
R. H. Powell, Judge, Arkansas.
Thomas Harsh, Judge, Tennessee.
Pierre H. Branning, Judge, Florida.
Grover C. Keck, Judge, Arkansas.
James W. Swayne, Judge, Texas.
Rutherford Brett, Supreme Judge, Oklahoma.
Sidney Y. Catts, Governor, Florida.
Duval West, U. S. Judge, Texas.
Eugene Black, M. C., Texas.
W. R. Blackshear, Judge, Texas.
Samuel Hooker, Supreme Judge, Oklahoma.
Henry H. Rodgers. Judge, Mississippi.
J. H. Smith wick, M. C, Florida.
Robert H. Sharp, Judge, Tennessee.
W. W. Faw, Presiding Jud.ee of Civil Appeals, Tennessee.
D. A. McCandless, Judge, Kentucky.
Sydney R. Clark, Judge of Court of Civil Appeals, Tennessee.
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W. W. Farabough, Acting Supreme Judge, Tennessee.
Horace E. Palmer, Judge, Court of Civil Appeals, Tennessee.
Frank T. Fancher, Acting Supreme Judge, Tennessee.
W. D. Kyser, U. S. District Attorney, Tennessee.
Robt. W. Smartt, Judge, Tennessee.
Thos. Everett Harwood, Judge, Tennessee.
Oscar Yarnell, Judge, Tennessee.
Thos. C. McClellan, Supreme Judge, Alabama.
George Huddleston, M. C, Alabama.
Harry W. Laughlin, U. S. District Judge, Tennessee.
J. Will Taylor, M. C., Tennessee.
F. B. Swank, M. C, Oklahoma.
Joseph Brown, M. C., Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Lon A. Scott, M. C, Tennessee.
J. C. Hobbs, Judge, Tennessee.
Wynne F. Clouse, M. C, Teimessee.
W. A. Dickson, Judge, Arkansas.
W. B. Sorrels, Judge, Arkansas.
John R. Aust, Chancellor, Tennessee.
E. F. Langford, Judge, Tennessee.
Chester K. Hart, Judge, Tennessee.
Graham Edgerton, Solicitor of U. S. Navy Dept.
W. C. Salmon, M. C, Tennessee.
Creek Lent Rice, Judge, Mississippi.
Gordon Browning, M. C., Tennessee.
Oliver Searcy, Judge, Oklahoma.
Thos. G. Parham, Judge, Arkansas.
Jno. B. Bowman, Attorney General, Tennessee.
Paul Burks, Judge, California.
Clarence W. Guerin, Judge, California.
Glenn Terrell, Supreme Judge, Florida.
W. F. Turner, M. C, Tennessee ^'**
L. A. Johnson, M. C, Tennessee.
S. D. McReynolds, M. C, Tennessee
James I. Phelps, Supreme Judge, Oklahoma.
Albert Williams, Judge, Tennessee.
J. Ridley Mitchell, Judge, Tennessee.
-V, Ernest H. Boyd, Attorney-General, Tennessee.
. ^ \C. C. Miller, Judge, Tennessee.
^ ^-' (George Watkins, Attorney General, Tennessee.
L.L&-^-^. H. Swiggart, Jr., Supreme Judge, Tennessee.
o 1^4,^ E. W. Eggleston, Attorney General, Tennessee.
/ ^ ^ /ft Fred A. Speakman, Judge, Oklahoma. _^ .
4^ , I |6 George T. Arnett, Judge, Oklahoma. .^ >> li- 'TT^V^jl/^-'''^^^^
^ James Mathis, Supreme Judge, Oklahoma. 4 0-^^-*-^ ^^
C. F. P. Qiiinn, Judge, Tennessee.
Richard M. Atkinson, Attorney General, Tennessee.
Leslie Darr, Judge, Tennessee.
A. Z. Adkins, Judge, Florida.
Ben Allen, Attorney General, Tennessee.
Jesse L. Rogers, Attorney General, Tennessee.
A. B. Priddy, Judge, Arkansas.
James D. Senter, Judge, Court of Appeals, Tennessee. y / a